A one hour documentary produced by Makoché Studios for the Dakota Institute and broadcast on Public Television. This is the story of North Dakota Governor Arthur A. Link and his efforts to insure responsible energy development in the state during the 1970s. Link famously said during that period, "I will not turn North Dakota into a national sacrifice zone so people on the east and west coasts can run their air conditioners."
A 35 minute documentary produced by Makoché Studios for film maker Bruce Wendt and Bismarck State College about the two decades of Jazz Celebration festivals held at the college and the amazing artists who participated.
This is a short directors working cut of the yet to be completed "Eric Sevareid- Not So Wild a Dream" documentary project produced by Makoché Studios for The Dakota Institute. It includes interviews we shot in New York with Dan Rather, Tom Brokaw, Rita Braver and Charles Osgood.
Forty years ago, the Fort Yates Warriors basketball team achieved one of the most exciting final game victories in North Dakota high school playoff basketball history. Their brilliant come-back in regulation and persistence in three overtimes propelled them to the state class “A” championship in 1973. Their three-OT victory is legendary in state basketball history.
The ’73 Warriors will be honored Saturday, March 16 during the boy’s state “A” basketball finals at the Bismarck Civic Center.
This 4 minute video is a preview of a forthcoming documentary produced by United Tribes Technical College and Makoche’ Recording Co. about the 1973 Warriors.
More Information: Dennis J. Neumann, Public Information Director, United Tribes Technical College, firstname.lastname@example.org